DURAFLAT™ Flat Plastic Chutes

DURAFLAT™ Flat Plastic Chutes

CHUTES International’s DURAFLAT™ system was designed to meet lightweight, economical

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construction debris removal needs. Designed primarily with the roofer in mind, these chutes ship and store flat, then can be easily assembled using standard hand tools. The steel plate, with pre-punched holes, and accompanying nuts and bolts makes for quick and easy assembly. The sections taper slightly to allow sleeving with minimal gap opening and are connected with zinc-plated chains to allow adjustments for varying floor heights. The patented DURACONVERTER™ allows DURAFLAT™ to integrate with the rest of the DURACHUTE™ system accessories (hangers, hoppers, winches, etc.).

      • Easy to assemble
      • Lay flat to transport or store
      • Each section is approximately 4′ tall with 3½’ of useable chute length
      • Sections weigh 27 lbs (chains included)
      • Sections made from black, matte, smooth HDPE (high density polyethylene)
      • Sections can be easily customized with your company name
      • Zinc-plated chains allow for easy length adjustments to meet flooring height requirements

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Download the Installation Manual (English)

Download the Installation Manual (Spanish)

DURAFLAT™ Customization Sheet

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